Large Spotted Ladybird

Harmonia conformis

''Harmonia conformis'' is a species of ladybird. It has a light reddish appearance and its colouration includes 20 large black spots, 18 of which are found on the elytra. They are quite large for ladybirds, being about 6–7 mm long. It is a predator of other insects, eating aphids as both a larva and imago.
Common Spotted Ladybird (Harmonia conformis) Fifty aphids per day is a good reason to keep these around. 
An attractive large ladybird native to Australia with 23 spots on dark yellow to orange.
It's now established in many other parts of the world.
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Distribution

It is found in Australia, and has been introduced to New Zealand, where it is common in northern regions. Another member of the same genus, ''Harmonia antipoda'', also occurs in New Zealand. This species, however, is a native and is much smaller and harder to find.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderColeoptera
FamilyCoccinellidae
GenusHarmonia
SpeciesH. conformis
Photographed in
Australia